Karachi: Pakistan Paramedical Staff Association (PPSA) Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC) Karachi and Sindh Paramedical Staff Welfare Association Civil Hospital Karachi (chk) on Wednesday showed deeep concern over biased attitude and injustice BY JPMC administration with its employees.
A meeting of PPSA held at JPMC, which was chaired by association President Muhammad Hassan Pathan. The meeting was also attended by press secretary Hidayatullah, Hans Raaj, Waqar Ahmed, Sahar Naqishbandi, Ameer Ali, Aftab Ahmed and others.
The paramedical staff of JPMC Unit strongly condemned the revengeful activities of administration and showed solidarity with Muhammad Zulfiqar (dresser) at JPMC who attempted suicide in front of executive director office after his forced expulsion from official resident.
However, Central Senior Joint Secretary Sindh Paramedical Staff Welfare Association Sindh CHK Unit Tariq Hussain Mangi, Patron-In Chief Akhlaq Ahmed Khan, Islamuddin Shah, Mirza Jawaid Baig, Abdul Lateef Otho and Noor Ahmed Noonari also condemned the anti-employees policies of JPMC administration and said favoritism in hospitals was the matter of grave concern for employees.
The senior members of PPSA Karachi Division Muhammad Ismail Jiskani, Fateh Almani, Muhammad Hussain, Saleem, Mazharuddin Mailo and Samad Baloch in separate statements said biased attitude of JPMC administration would damage the reputation of hospital.
PPSA JPMC Unit and Sindh Paramedical Staff Welfare Association CHK Unit demanded of the chief justice Sindh, chief minister Sindh and health minister to take notice of the revengeful activities of JPMC administration and provide justice to employees.